Cellcom Deploys Airwalk

Cellcom deploys AirWalk's AW-96 IP radio access network system

September 27, 2004

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RICHARDSON, Texas -- AirWalk Communications, Inc., a Radio Access Network (RAN) developer of CDMA 2000 wireless networks, announced today that Cellcom has commercially deployed the AW-96(TM) system. Cellcom is the largest locally owned and operated wireless carrier in Northeastern Wisconsin. The AW-96 is a 1xRTT micro solution RAN that simultaneously supports both voice and data services. Cellcom will initially offer services throughout its lower Michigan markets. Cellcom joins the growing list of operators around the world that have deployed the AW-96 system.

"Cellcom is very pleased with the performance of the AirWalk system in our Michigan markets. The technical support shown by AirWalk has increased our trust and satisfaction with this young company," said Pat Riordan, President and Chief Operating Officer of Nsight Telservices. "We are seeking to expand Cellcom's rural footprint with technically advanced cost effective products. We think AirWalk may be that solution."

"We are delighted to have the opportunity to provide Cellcom with an advanced radio access solution that enables next generation wireless services to its remote subscribers," said Serge Pequeux, CEO of AirWalk Communications. "Our modular and stackable unit is cost effective and allows wireless service operators to serve more customers at a lower dollar per subscriber than traditional implementations."


AirWalk Communications Inc.

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